Experience Hawaii’s most popular attraction! Polynesian Cultural Center features six authentic island villages themed around different Polynesian nations, their music, dance and culture. Mingle with the islanders and enjoy an array of hands-on activities. Package options include an award-winning Ali’I Luau and the action-packed evening show, Ha: Breath of Life.
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The Polynesian Cultural Center is located at 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy. Laie Hawaii 96762. Allow yourself at least 60-75 minutes of straight drive time. Please note that commuter traffic from Honolulu to the North Shore can be heavy from 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. on weekdays.How much is parking?
Parking is FREE. Wheelchair accessible parking is available near the main entrance. Charging stations for electric vehicles are available on a first-come first-served basis.Is transportation included?
The Polynesian Cultural Center has transportation available for a fee. See ticket options with transportation. You may also contact the venue directly to arrange transportation services by calling the number on your e-ticket.Can I bring my camera?
You are welcome to take as many personal pictures or video recordings at the Polynesian Cultural Center as you wish. Still, no flash photography or video is allowed during the evening show, Ha': Breath of Life, as the light blinds the performers on stage and other guests in the darkened theater.Does the Polynesian Cultural Center offer wheelchair, stroller, or locker rentals?
All major areas of the Polynesian Cultural Center - including the Laie Temple Visitors Center tours are accessible to those in wheelchairs. Guests using wheelchairs at the luau or Ha: Breath of Life evening show will either be invited to transfer to a seat if they choose to do so or will be invited to sit in any of the wheelchair sections.If my child is under 5 years, are they free?
Yes, at the Polynesian Cultural Center a child age 4 and under is admitted free, and is considered a lap child for the show(s).